Recreation of the pixel font used for the intro cinematic and end credits in Konami's "Castlevania: Bloodlines" (aka "Castlevania: The New Generation", 1994) on the Sega Mega Drive. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Castlevania: Bloodlines (Menu)
Recreation of the pixel font used for the menu and options screen in Konami's "Castlevania: Bloodlines" (aka "Castlevania: The New Generation", 1994) on the Sega Mega Drive. Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
This is a NEOGEO´s System font, in bold
This font come at "Mutation Nation" & "NAM-1975" Dialogs texts
Recreation of the pixel font from Nintendo's cartridge re-release of "Zelda no Densetsu: The Hyrule Fantasy" (1986), renamed/numbered as "Zelda no Densetsu 1: The Hyrule Fantasy" (1994), on the Famicom.
The re-release uses that same alphanumeric characters of the North America/Europe release of "The Legend of Zelda" (1987), but otherwise all characters remain the same. Note that the dakuten is used in the initial story screen as a double-quote character (which oddly is also the case in the North America/Europe version, even though these have a separate double-quote character).
This font includes a full set of katakana characters. In the game's tileset, the dakuten and handakuten are separate tiles, positioned in the line above the character they relate to. In this recreation, these characters are pre-combined into a single glyph.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.
A recreation of the faux-italic pixel font from Konami's "Biker Mice from Mars" (1994) for the SNES. Only the characters found in the game are included.
Updated 05/2017 to add a few missing characters and fix existing one.
Updated 07/2017 because the ampersand was missing a pixel...
Recreation of the pixel font from the Sega CD version of Konami's "Snatcher" (1994). With the exception of a few special characters ("=", "[", "]", "\", "|", "$") only the characters used in the game have been included.
Recreation of the main pixel font from Psikyo's "Gunbird" (1994), an evolution of the font used in "Samurai Aces" (aka "Sengoku Ace", 1993). Note the difference in the numbers, as well as the letters "I", "J", "i", "j", "l", "y". Letter spacing has been slightly tweaked for better balance and consistency.
Only the characters present in the game's tile set have been included.This is a clone of Samurai Aces (Large)
***SEPTEMBER 2020 UPDATE***
Some minor alterations to small letters... Additional letters coming soon...
Formerly known as "Fontality Caps Basic", this is an emulated font using letters similar to those seen in startup test sweeps of the old Midway and Williams video arcade games, such as Mortal Kombat, Narc, NBA Jam and Smash TV, among many others. The original 26-letter basic alphabet, some of the more common symbols and the numbers for the most part are replicas while the rest of them are made up to visually contour with the styles of their original parenting letters. I apologize I couldn't be any more accurate. But it's because no game as far as I know has an option in any of the tests to see a list of numbers, letters and symbols. So I had to improvise any way I could. I've been wanting a font like this but the only means of getting one as far as I know, was to make one myself!!!
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Recreation of the pixel font from Blizzard's "Blackthorne" (aka "Blackhawk", 1994) on the SNES. Only the characters used for on-screen text in the game have been included.
Updated 05/2017 to include a few missing punctuation characters.